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Unisex Turquoise and sterling silver bracelet, the perfect gift for him or her in a southwestern style with a modern twist. All hand fabricated in my home studio in Austin, Texas. USA


This combines the look of a cuff bracelet with the comfort of a beaded bracelet. It will look at home on both a woman or a man. It's made of sterling silver, bronze, and  turquoise. The custom forged extension chain makes this bracelet adjustable in size.  It fits 7" to 8-1/2" inch wrist. 


I make each panel individually. Each panel is cut, hand stamped, numbered, and hand stamped with my S | F | X signature logo. The panels are then strung together on the highest quality beading material. The beading material is made of 49-strand stainless steel that is nylon coated, as are all my beaded pieces.


Please note this piece is currently being prepared for display and available for sale at The Old Bakery Emporium Gallery in Austin, TX. 
Please contact me before purchasing [online] to check it has not been sold. 


Since each one is made individually and I'm using freeform turquoise cabochons, no two will be exactly the same. I can also design something similar to this using a different stone. Please message me if that's something you're interested in. 


Like so many of my pieces you can see the influence of both the southwest and Native American designs.  It's southwestern with a modern twist! 


Bracelet length is listed end to end. So, when choosing your size please choose a size that is 1/4" to 1/2" (inch) larger than your actual wrist size. If you measure your wrist and it measures 8" (inches) you want to choose a bracelet that is between 8-1/4" to 8 1/2" (inches). If you have any questions about sizing or you don't see the size you need listed, please message me. I'm happy to help you with that!


All my pieces come packaged in my custom logo jute sack as shown in the last photo. Sacks may vary slightly in color and texture.

Turquoise, Sterling and Bronze Unisex Bracelet

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